Respectful International Workplace Course

HR Compliance

Respectful International Workplace Course

This international workplace harassment and sexual harassment training course uses engaging videos lessons of real workplace conflicts to educate & entertain your employees. Show your team invaluable lessons through stories, expert Q&A, and our Workplace Color Spectrum™.

This course teaches your learners to:

  • Identify the legal definition of, and the conditions that create, workplace harassment.
  • Give feedback and modify inappropriate conduct before it becomes workplace harassment.
  • Use workplace policies and procedures for reporting workplace concerns.

  • Learners can

    submit questions anonymously

    to our Workplace Harassment experts for best practices and insight. Our International workplace harassment expert Ute Krudewagen, a partner at leading global law firm DLA Piper, provides employment law expertise to help organizations in preventing discrimination, bullying, and harassment globally.

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    Course experts are Ute Krudewagen , DLA Piper Partner and Janine Yancey, CEO of Emtrain.

    Instructs learners how to navigate employee conflicts with our Workplace Color Spectrum™.

    Teaches learners how to anticipate conflict based on common workplace situations.

    Teaches learners about what is or is not harassment, which may decrease frivolous claims in the workplace.

    Covers sexual harassment, bullying, and harassment based on other protected characteristics (e.g., race, religion, pregnancy, gender, etc.).


    Allows access to Emtrain Experts for best practices on this topic.

    Tailored to include your branding and policy.

    Integrates with LinkedIn to track personal training certifications.

    Available in English (Translations available in multiple languages).

    Includes Emtrain’s robust Learning Platform.

    Available in SCORM 1.2, 2004 3rd edition, and 2004 4th edition

    Available in a manager and employee version.

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